RingTv image Dougie’s Friday mailbag

Dougie’s Friday mailbag

Readers share their thoughts and opinions on the significance of the Hopkins-Kovalev fight, Dougie’s “demeaning” of Floyd Mayweather and Andre Ward, Naseem Hamed’s hall of fame merits, Alexander Povetkin’s potential, Gennady Golovkin’s weight and Ward’s inactivity in this week’s Friday mailbag.

RingTv image Change is good for Gabriel Rosado

Change is good for Gabriel Rosado

Gabriel Rosado says a recent change in trainer and training location has renewed his fighting spirit, which he says will be on display when he takes on Canadian KO artist David Lemieux on Dec. 6 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y.

RingTv image Rumble in the Jungle retrospective: Ali-Foreman 40 years later

Rumble in the Jungle retrospective: Ali-Foreman 40 years later

Forty years ago today, Muhammad Ali took the final step of a seven-year odyssey to regain what he and his supporters felt should have been his all along – the heavyweight championship. RingTV.com revisits Ali’s eighth-round knockout of George Foreman in Kinshasa and the many stories around boxing’s first global event.

RingTv image Video: De La Hoya on Lemieux-Rosado, Hopkins-Kovalev, future fights

Video: De La Hoya on Lemieux-Rosado, Hopkins-Kovalev, future fights

Oscar De La Hoya spoke to RingTV about the Bernard Hopkins-Sergey Kovalev and David Lemieux-Gabriel Rosado fights, and working to return boxing to its “glory years.” He says big fights between the best will happen in 2015 and beyond but don’t hold your breath for a Gennady Golovkin-Floyd Mayweather showdown.

RingTv image Q&A: Andrzej Fonfara

Q&A: Andrzej Fonfara

Andrzej Fonfara lost a unanimous decision to light heavyweight champ Adonis Stevenson in May but gave a spirited effort and hopes to get a rematch. However, first he has to take on Doudou Ngumbu in Chicago on Saturday. Fonfara shared his thoughts on his Ngumbu and the 175-pound division with RingTV.com.